Deductive arguments are supposed to be valid in the sense that the premises guarantee that the conclusion is true. In this course, you will learn how to use truth-tables and Venn diagrams to represent the information contained in the premises and conclusion of an argument so that you can determine whether or not the argument is deductively valid.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THINK AGAIN II: HOW TO REASON DEDUCTIVELY
This entire series was informative, engaging, and fun, and the thinking skills taught are so valuable.
This course sharpened my analytical thinking. Exam was deceptively difficult but worth taking multiple times.
Somewhat confusing at certain points. The explanations don't exactly track the exercises that follow it. However, it is overall a useful course.
very very challenging and tasking course. beautiful !!
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